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 Universidad de Tarapacá - Departamento de QuímicaCamilo Urbina  Academic Other Energy Technologies Small research team with skills and capabilities for Chemical analysis in aqueous solutions. As a Team partner for the LENR FOA, our Research is focused in potentially Ultrasound LENRs induced, applied to treatment of aqueous solutions for environmental impact reduction of natura or anthropogenic contamination.


Phone: +56951999318

Address: General Velásquez 1775, Arica, Arica y Parinacota, 1000000, Chile
Arica y Parinacota
 Qiuran LabHang zhang  Individual Other Energy Technologies Qiuran Lab focuses on researches on Cold Fusion and excess heat detection. Multiple types of Calorimetric methods were designed, such as differential calorimeter, air flow calorimeter, circulating water calorimeter, and Seebeck calorimeter, in which Seebeck calorimeter has the highest accuracy.
Using Seebeck calorimeter, various gas cold fusion experiments were conducted, including Nickel powder aluminum lithium hydride excess heat experiment, nickel gadolinium alloy aluminum lithium hydride excess heat experiment, hydrogen metal glow discharge experiment, nickel mesh with palladium coating deuterium gas excess heat experiment, nickel wire electrified deuterium gas excess heat experiment, nickel palladium alloy hydrogen deuterium gas excess heat experiment, copper nickel zirconium alloy hydrogen excess heat experiment, copper nickel zirconium palladium alloy hydrogen excess heat experiment, terahertz laser cold fusion experiment.
Website: NO


Phone: +8613891849544

Address: R 502, Buliding 15th, Xichao Qinyuan Residential District, 25 Yinghua 1st Road, Guodu Town, Chang’an District, Xi’an City, 710000 Shaanxi Province, P.R.China, XIAN, SHANXI, CHINA, China
 CAS (China)Wu-Shou Zhang  Government Owned and Operated (GOGO) Other Energy Technologies Wu-Shou Zhang is now working at Institute of Chemistry, CAS. I have involved LENR research since 1990. I was responsible for 5 projects of China NSF related to LENR. At present, I am mainly interested in the following two fields:
(1) On calorimetry. I invented the convolution processing technology to improve the sensitivity of the large-volume Seebeck calorimeter from the previous level of 0.1 W to present level of mW, with an accuracy of 0.1%RDG + 5 mW. The measuring volume is under the demand of customer. The instrument can be directly used for calorimetry of LENR. The interface of software is simple, and the measurement can be completed by clicking mouse. At present, five calorimeters of various specifications have been manufactured for other labs in China;
(2) On the Pd-D2O electrolytic system. I found firstly and clearly that the key step to observe excess heat is temperature increment rather than high loading ratio of D to Pd (ICCF13, 2007). I found firstly that pretreatment of palladium cathode is the key to production of excess heat (ICCF15, 2009). The maximum excess power is around 1 W (or 10 W/cm3 Pd), and the reproducibility reaches 2/3.


Phone: 86-13683189519

Address: Zhongguancun North First Street 2, Beijing, 100190, China
 Beijing DataWeco Network Technology Inc.Qiang Zhang  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Online media communication influence measurement and content analysis, based on data collection bot and tag cloud and word vectors learning algorithm. Serving client from Christian evangelical institution NGO and Charity Foundation in communication and social inpact in new media and social media, as well as other types of web sites include portal and blog and industrial news sites.
Starting search and data collection for LENR related topics since 2017, and study early archives of cold fusion. Introduced cold fusion and its latest progress to China readers thru company Wechat official account. Participate in China LENR research community due to my personal interest and early experience in computational model of hydrogen infiltrated magnetic materials by using atom cluster methods. Also as former editor of Focus-China, a pop-sci title under G+J/Bertelsmann publishing I want to explore the potent of Cold Fusion to address global climate impact.
Recent work and contribution in LENR is participation in QiuRang Lab of Xi`An lead by Hang Zhang, I worked as a partner in TeraHertz laser inciting fusion in hydrogen loaded metal lattice.
I had a BA in Physics from Ocean University of China (Tsingdao). I read large amount of periodicals in condensed matter and TeraHertz radiation and Ultrafast laser technology and had connection with field scientist in semiconductor laser source private lab in Shanghai and Nanking. My future focus will be still on semiconductor materials micro and nano-structure surface metal and its possible reaction with D-D or Hydrogen.
Lastly I am experienced video producer and communicator in social media for worked for CBN China studio in Beijing in 2011-2013. I had done interview documentary video series for Calvin University professors in 2018.


Phone: +8618511777100

Address: Huilongguan Fengyayuan Secion1 14-3-6-2 Changping, Beijing, Beijing, 102208
 Inovl, IncFrank Gordon  Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear I led a team at SPAWAR, (Stan Szpak and Pam Mosier-Boss) who were working in this area from 1989 until my retirement in 2009. After I retired from SPAWAR, I teamed with Harper Whitehouse and we have been conducting experiments related to LENR. We have received three patents. The most recent patent is for a Lattice Energy Converter (LEC) which uses materials that are not naturally radioactive to ionize gas wherein the gaseous ions can be harvested to produce a voltage and current through a load. Multiple scientist have replicated the LEC results. Our objective is to team with individuals, academia, or industries to increase the energy output of the LEC to become a green energy source that does not require naturally radioactive materials. Links to selected presentations and publications include:

Here is a link to our research:
Frank Gordon ICCF 24 presentation video “Evolution of the Lattice Energy Converter”
Antonio Di Stefano ICCF 24 presentation video “Lattice Energy Converter replication”
Jean-Paul Biberian ICCF 24 replication video report followed by Frank Gordon presentation and Q&A video on scaling up the Lattice Energy Converter

We believe that there are multiple opportunities to scale up the output of the LEC and that the fastest way to achieve that objective is to team with multiple groups with expertise and facilities We look forward to your response.


Phone: (858) 3497869

Address: 2787 Curie Place, San Diego, CA, 92122, United States
 noneBen Bush  Individual Power Generation: Renewable Pons and Fleischmann were blowing the D2O out of their electrolysis cells as steam. After 1990 the obsolete crucible smelting methods were abandoned in favor of modern high speed methods and the large excess heat effects subsided.
During electrolysis the Pd cathode becomes DPd alloy and a thin electrically non conductive film develops on the cathode surface. Because the film is very thin a voltage gradient of millions of volts per cm develops across it, which acts as an electrophoretic pump driving D+ into the DPd surface. The D + D → 4He + 23.82MeV fusion reaction proceeds via electromagnetic interaction; once the intermediate forms fusion occurs in the 10-21s to 10-16s timeframe, multiplying by the speed of light indicates large coherence domains of electromagnetic coupling to the DPd lattice. Fusion occurs on the surface of the cathode as the electrophoretic pump drives D+ into surface of the DPd coherence domain, the energy of reaction is thermalized over a large number of DPd atoms.1
I proved cold fusion is real by helium analysis with Dr. M. H. Miles of the Naval Weapons Center. Our publication2 started “The Navy Program to Understand Deuterated Metals.” Subsequently I did quantitative 4He analysis at SRI using Seebeck calorimetry, finding about 24MeV heat was generated per 4He atom; thus explicitly identifying the D + D → 4He + 23.82MeV(heat) fusion reaction.3,4 The contamination background in my system was zero 4He with a 1 +/- 1 ppb threshold. My work was frozen immediately; and Dick Garwin, then chairman of the JASONS steering committee visited the lab. My findings were presented at an EPRI funding review and $600K (and more) was awarded, so SRI took the money and fired me. JASONS is notorious for obstructionism via politics.
Meanwhile, Dr. Miles got essentially the same results (about 24MeV/4He) working at the NWC.
We need to control the solid state physics of palladium to make better cathodes. The priorities are: 1) Seebeck calorimetry because it won't overheat. 2) Helium analysis to confirm that fusion is being observed. 3) Elemental analysis of the Pd because trace elements can act as dopants. 4) Make test cathodes starting with crucible melt. The strategy is to set up a repetitious 4-3-1-2-3 cycle until the solid state physics is defined.
1) Fusion Sci. & Tech, Vol. 43, #1, Jan 2003 p. 134
2) J. Electroanal. Chem 304 (1991) p. 271
3) Proc. ICCF-6 Vol. 2, (1996) p. 622
4) Proc. ICCF-7 (1998) p. 38
Website: none


Phone: 916-682-7071 (leave msg or don't call)

Address: 7860 Eagles Nest Rd., Sacramento, CA, 95830, United States
 Net Zero Scientific Ltd (UK)Alan Smith  Small Business Other Energy Technologies NZS Ltd is a small privately funded research and technology laboratory. We have assisted LENR researchers and carried our replications of LENR experiments for almost a decade. Specific skills include electrolysis, gas loading methods, green inorganic chemistry, liquid and gas spectroscopy, high definition optical microscopy, materials science, process engineering and green optimisation. We may not always know why, but generally we know how!

Current commercial project is upcycling scrap aluminium into high-purity aluminium oxide using novel green chemistry.


Phone: +44 (0)7944847870

Address: 64 Heath Drive, Gidea Park, Romford, Essex, RM2 5QR, United Kingdom
 QindraConor Obrien  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Quantum AI/ML algorithms to enhance LENR direct DFT simulations using Quantum Wavelet Transforms and other non-linear wave decompositions to better understand the nature of low energy nuclear phenomena

We seek to better understand Rydberg matter states of various types, primarily plasmonic wave phenomena

Familiar with Xanadu & IBM API's for quantum computing and OpenFermion + PySCF for Google Collaborations


Phone: 2097128011

Address: 1616 Franceschi Road, Santa Barbara, CA, 93103, United States
 Energy Research Center LLCFrancis Tanzella  Individual Power Generation: Renewable ONe of the earliest researrchers in the LENR field. Energy research professional for development of alternative energy production, optimization and utilization. Very effective communicator and people manager in physical sciences and engineering. Significant expertise in project management, technical employee mentoring, program group management, scientific discovery with excellent written and oral presentation skills. Skilled in Program and project management, synthetic inorganic chemistry, electrochemistry, calorimetry, energy generation assessment, data acquisition and instrument control development, LabView®, AC impedance spectroscopy, and battery and fuel cell evaluation.

Ph.D. in Chemistry from UC, Berkeley having spent 36 years working in the Energy field.


Phone: 6507995858

Address: 935 Buckland Ave., San Carlos, CA, 94070, United States
 Sandia National LaboratoriesNicholas Myllenbeck  Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear Background: Organic and polymer chemistry, radiation detection, analytical chemistry, material aging and compatibility, organic photophysics
Interest: organic materials for radiation detection
Capabilities: organic glass scintillator preparation for arbitrary shape/size, plastic scintillator preparation for arbitrary shape/size, measurement of, and materials with, pulse shape discrimination (e.g. gamma vs. fast neutron vs. thermal neutron), time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC), absorbance and emission spectrophotometry


Phone: (925) 294-3811

Address: 7011 East Avenue, Livermore, CA, 94550, United States
 Tionesta Applied Research CorporationAnthony Zuppero  Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear TARC was formed after their chemical physics research at UC Berkeley discovered an electron quasi particle catalyzed the prompt, half-cycle binding of two reactants in a configuration similar to the presumed LENR reaction of hydrogen or its isotopes with a lattice nucleus.

We discovered a simple chemical physics model for binding of coulomb-repelling reactants catalyzed by a sufficiently heavy electron. The process is the equivalent to overcoming coulomb repulsion at zero Kelvin by a resonant, three-body tunneling. Applied to LENR (Lattice Enabled Nuclear Reactions), the reaction produces products in their non-radioactive ground states.

We used the simple model to show how a fission-product-driven chain reaction branch can be fast enough to produce a nuclear chain reaction resulting micro-explosions causing craters or blisters rimmed by fission products, and before the lattice melts and quenches reactions.

Our unpublished experiments support patent applications. We produced direct (but very weak) direct electron emission using mono-atomic deuterium with palladium. We neutralized Cesium-137 with 3.3 sigma probability using hydrogen glow discharge.

We have designed a test to measure the reaction time for crater micro-explosions, with associated diagnostics.


Phone: 1 530 919 9799

Address: 211 North Citrus Ave STN 27, Escondido, CA, 92027, United States
 Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyPeter Hagelstein  Academic Other Energy Technologies I have worked on LENR models since 1989. I have been following the field since the beginning, so I know a fair amount about earlier experiments (excess heat as well as experiments with energetic particle emission), issues raised in the field, and models proposed by others.

We have running an ion beam experiment that in preliminary experiments has shown charged particle emission near 5 MeV from TiD, something like what was seen by Hubler and Chambers at NRL in the early 1990s. There seem to be a few counts above 20 MeV, which if real are important in terms of mechanism.

Happy to share what I know about the field, about theories and models, and to work with others on experiments and models of interest.


Phone: 9782870199

Address: 77 Massachusetts Ave Rm 26-339, Cambridge, MA, 02139, United States
 Google Quantum AI Algorithms TeamJarrod McClean  Large Business Other Energy Technologies As part of its missions, the Google Quantum AI algorithms team develops methods for using quantum computers to simulate physical processes that may be difficult or impossible to simulate with conventional computational systems. This includes, but is not limited to, chemical and material systems, quantum field theories, and nuclear processes.

The team has identified LENR as an area of high interest, as depending on the mechanism of action, LENR may sit at an intersection between problems of high value to society and problems that require high accuracy quantum simulation to fully understand. We are interested in contributing our simulation and physical expertise to the study of potential mechanisms of action in the hope of improving future design and engineering potential, as well as maximizing the impact of our quantum devices. We hope to find partners with expertise in proposed and potential LENR mechanisms, who are willing to engage in scoping of speculative simulation and experiment cycles.


Phone: 310-310-6000

Address: 340 Main St, Venice, CA, 90291, United States
 Positron DynamicsRYAN W WEED  Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear Propulsion and Nuclear Scientist - Maj Ryan Weed is a physicist and USAF Experimental Test Pilot, logging over 2000 hours in more than 30 different aircraft. Ryan is a NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Fellow, studying radioisotope positron propulsion systems. He has worked at Blue Origin, where he designed and implemented an Instrumentation laboratory for cryogenic rocket fuels, and founded Positron Dynamics, where he designed and built a positron beamline facility and developed high specific impulse propulsion concepts. Ryan earned a B.A in Physics from Wesleyan University, B.S. in Applied Physics from Columbia University, M.Sc. in Flight Test Engineering from Air University, and PhD in Physics from Australian National University. In his current role at DIU, Ryan manages the Nuclear Advanced Propulsion and Power (NAPP) and Hypersonic and High-Cadence Airborne Testing Capabilities (HyCAT) programs within the Space Portfolio.


Phone: 360 928 5359

Address: 650 DELANCEY ST, 312, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 94107, United States
 ARTMSMichael Cross  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Leading isotope production yields based on ARTMS' solid target systems, targets and consumables for the production of medical isotopes on low-energy medical cyclotrons. Interest areas are expanding beyond diagnostic imaging agents and into therapies. ARTMS technology advantage is based on broad IP portfolio developed by engineers (mechanical, electrical, software) , chemists, radiochemists.


Phone: 2898087322

Address: 8575 Commerce COurt, Burnaby, BC, V5N4A5, Canada
 BLi Fusion LLCPaul Finman, PhD  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Stimulated resonance transition radiation.

RF power devices. Virtual photon and virtual neutron generation with RF power. High-efficiency neutron sources.

R&D isotope/isomer production with high-efficiency neutron source.


Phone: 208-415-4300

Address: 418 E Lakeside Ave, Suite 116, Coeur D Alene, ID, 83814-2813, United States
 EXHLABArayik Danghyan  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Exhlab is a clean energy research company with a clear mission, to become a preeminent Cleantech integrator and renewable energy asset developer, owner, and operator. Our staff, research, and operations are guided by the company’s mission, vision, and values to achieve the energy and sustainability goals of stakeholders and our entire society.

Since its inception in 2017, Exhlab has been working tirelessly toward a better tomorrow. Our ESG motto, "Democratizing Clean Energy," captures the core values and motivations that drive our organization to provide solutions that can make a low-carbon future possible.

Araik Danghyan (Lab Director and Team Lead) has conducted fusion research since 2006, and the team members have expertise in Digital Product Development, Machine Learning, and Agile methodology. At this stage of the research, we have sufficient theoretical evidence to demonstrate that when electrostatic repulsion and magnetic dipole-dipole attraction between two electrons happen simultaneously, it creates favorable conditions for forming an electron pair and releases energy (265363.7 eV). This massive amount of energy release is of great practical value since it is the basis on which environmentally friendly devices can be built.

Currently, there is a lack of theoretical research in this field, and we believe our data can significantly advance LENR experiments.

Our team recently presented our work at the ICCF24 summit (

Our project attempts to recruit qualified individuals and labs to validate theoretical results experimentally. The hypothesis can be proved through Low Voltage X-ray microanalysis, Electron Impact Ionization. At this moment, we think that labs aiming to prove the Pauli exclusion principle would be a good fit for us.


Phone: 7472576791

Address: 819 Mariposa st, Glendale, CA, 91205, United States
 Flux Innovation LLCChad White, MS  Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Although Wikipedia has been historically quite skeptical and dismissive regarding LENR, according to a September 2022 Wikipedia “Cold Fusion” entry, excess heat from experiments employing deuterium-free water and electrodes consisting of metals other than palladium (such as nickel and other Group 10 metals) have been demonstrated, as well as “heat-after-death” effects (in which excess heat is reported after the current is cut off). The increasing diversity of experimental protocols reporting excess heat may be interpreted as pointing to a broader effect too wide in scope to be accounted for by fusion of any kind.
Besides the assertion that a widening scope of protocols that report excess heat from an increasingly broad range of experimental materials and methods may be irreconcilable with any conceivable form of fusion, LENR claims suffer greatly by at least three additional shortfalls:
1. Unacceptably low reproducibility.
2. Near background level fusion products.
3. A lack of a mechanism that could explain how fusion could occur at such low energies.
As concerning the claims reported by Flux Innovation LLC, shortfall number 1 is overcome by a highly reproducible experimental protocol developed by Chad White, MS (founder of Flux Innovation LLC) that consistently produces significant quantities of excess heat energy at very low failure rates consistent with human error. Shortfalls 2 and 3 are naturally circumvented by positing a novel, exotic form of energy unrelated to LENR. For example, if scientists are trying to force fusion to occur where there is no nuclear effect to be had—only occasionally stumbling upon an uncharacterized exotic form of energy—low reproducibility could be explained. In fact, it should be noted that Mr. White designed his experimental protocol from the beginning around an attempt to tap an exotic form of energy that calculations predicted should exist, rather than designing his experiments to reproduce LENR.
Because Flux Innovation LLC posits an exotic form of energy unrelated to LENR as being the most likely source of anomalous heat, no attempt has been thus far made to search for fusion products. Even so, the rather large array of elements that are employed in this reaction (absent deuterium, palladium, and any other Group 10 elements) cannot be entirely ruled out as participants in some exotic form of fusion. As such, no claim is made herein that conclusively eliminates LENR as a possible source of excess heat.


Phone: 801-425-2772

Address: 2345 S BLUFF ROAD, Syracuse, Syracuse, UT, 84075, United States
 ENEASimone Mannori  Government Owned and Operated (GOGO) Other Energy Technologies Electronic engineering, power electronics, radio frequency & microwave circuits design, electronic measurements, data acquisition and control systems, analog and digital control systems, robotics, high-peformances storage systems (batteries and super capacitors), thermonuclear controlled fusion (
I would like to restart the research on LENR in ENEA Frascati under the supervision of Dr. Antonella De Ninno.


Phone: 0694005383

Address: via Enrico Fermi 45, Frascati, Roma, 00044, Italy
 Marjo Engineering, LLCJohn Sullivan  Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear John Sullivan is the CEO and founding member of Marjo Engineering. I have designed, built, and tested a nickel hydride, hydrogen Low Energy Nuclear Reactor with a 10,000 calorimeter with 1% accuracy for the US Army. In addition, I developed the LabView monitor with radiation sensors and monitors to test the cell. I was on the DARPA, Navy Indian Head, and Army Adelpha team. My role on the team was to design, build and test a Low Energy Nuclear Reactor (LENR) using 3D Solid works to create the mechanical components and design the electronic circuit using electronic design software. That consisted of an electrochemistry metal hydride LENR fusion reactor with platinum and palladium electrodes in a D2O cell. I created the faraday cage and sourced the nuclear sensors. I designed, built, and sourced all components. I managed the LabVIEW control system with a built-in anti-runaway feedback loop that controlled the power supplies, RF detector, radiation detectors, and temperature sensors. I designed and built rare-earth magnetic field housing with a magnetic return loop. I ran the LabVIEW testing software, captured all the data, and sent it to my teaming partners for analysis, including the (CR39) coupons and radiation sensors captured in LabView that measures Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Neutrons, Voltages, Currents, and Temperatures. I measured, mixed, and loaded the electrochemistry with the correct recipe from test to test and wired the entire experiment. I have designed a portable wind generator, a sole source contract for NSA with a patented wavy wing with a 3 percent lift improvement over a traditional airfoil. I worked under a contract for the US Army to develop a radioisotope space power supply and helped write the patent.

Marjo is currently building and funding on its own a patent pending LENR kinetic nuclear reactor that converts a fluid into charged Alpha and Bata particles to produce clean electricity. John Sullivan has been granted over seventy US patents and is a co-inventor on a US Navy patent pending LENR cell and co-author on a LENR cell paper with the US Navy, Army, NASA and DARPA teaming members.


Phone: (301)452-5526

Address: 11339 Barley Field Way, Marriottsville, MD, 21104, United States
 Hexisense SAIan Rousseau  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Hexisense is a spin-off from the physics department at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne -- colloquially EPFL -- developing trace gas instrumentation for ultra-high purity gas and vacuum manufacturing based on gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors, the same robust, industry-proven material that powered the LED lighting revolution. Our focus is on rolling out an improved, pre-production version of the Alpha instrument you see on our website for semiconductor manufacturing in early 2023. Hexisense does not do LENR but is interested in facilitating LENR science.

To serve demanding semiconductor industry customers, we've accumulated diverse expertise in domains that could be helpful to LENR researchers in gas loading experiments: micro-/nano-fabrication in GaN-on-silicon and GaN-on-sapphire, custom electrical instrumentation, micro-calorimetry on MEMS devices, contact potential difference measurement, helium leak-tight metal-sealed packaging, mass spectrometry up to atmospheric pressure, preparation of ultra-high purity gases, managing water vapor in vacuum systems, and industrial Ethernet. As a small company with access to a Class 100 (ISO 5) R&D cleanroom, we can leverage existing processes to quickly fabricate ready-to-mount samples out of non-CMOS standard materials for partners to sub-10 nm precision when required. Top-down micro/nanofabrication is advantageous for low-voltage operation, purity, reproducibility, and scalability.

Our potential value as an ARPA-E capability partner is to remove practical barriers so that our collaborators can focus on the LENR science faster: thanks to our small size and flexibility, full-stack hardware engineering capability -- we have done everything from custom epitaxy to packaged semiconductor device with custom electronics & firmware -- and perspective from working across conventionally disparate topics.

Please contact me if you're interested in working together on the upcoming RFI-0000065 application.


Phone: +41 21 510 23 07

Address: Rue de Lausanne 64, Renens, Vaud, 1020, Switzerland
 University of California, BerkeleyGreg Tikhomirov  Academic Power Generation: Renewable Greg Tikhomirov is an assistant professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, with a background in chemistry, bioengineering, medicine, and nanotechnology. He has a longstanding dream to engineer life-like artificial systems, motivated by the realization that incomprehensible natural complexity arises from comprehensible fundamental laws. Ti Lab at Berkeley is pursuing the design and fabrication of devices with atomic precision by combining the strengths of rational top-down engineering and bottom-up biomolecular assembly. A key goal is to adopt the powerful but still proof-of-concept self-assembly approaches of DNA nanotechnology to engineer new, useful devices.


Phone: 6507395189

Address: 65 Arden Rd, rear house, Berkeley, CA, 94704, United States
 Solitonix SrlGuido Parchi  Small Business Other Energy Technologies Dr Fabrizio Righes, CEO of Solitonix Srl, Prof. Giorgio Vassallo of the Engineering Department at the University of Palermo and Eng. Guido Parchi, CEO of Prometeon Srl and team leader at FutureOn Srl for the EU project CleanHME, represent the team that recently presented at ICCF24 ( a new concept of pulsed electrolytic cell producing tritium along with beta particles. This innovative pulsed LENR reactor uses an electrolytic solution made of light water stimulated by pulses delivered through Ni electrodes and represents the final result of over ten years of research in the field of LENR. The results achieved find a possible theoretical explanation in the recently published book where Prof. G. Vassallo is co-author: “Unified Field Theory and Occam's Razor”, July 2022.
The evidence of tritium production is demonstrated by several analyses carried out by qualified laboratories and most recently also by the Italian public agency ENEA, on samples of the electrolytic solution extracted before and after doing experiments during which the emission of low energy photons was detected.
Tests were also carried out on the reactor, with high reproducibility, where it was observed the emission of beta particles during laser beam irradiations.
After achieving the reproducibility of the experiments, our intention is now to partner with a laboratory having the instruments needed to achieve a full characterization of the processes producing tritium and to verify the rate of production of heat and of other elements/isotopes not previously present in the electrolytic solution or on the electrodes (e.g. 3He). The collaboration would gladly be extended also to the study of the effects of suitable laser stimulations.
Website: not available yet


Phone: +39335275825

Address: Via Bolzano, 89, Belluno, 32100, Italy
 Supernova LabsAdam Paigge  Small Business Other Energy Technologies please look at the following videos


Phone: +447724471728

Address: 265 Bramhall Lane South, Manchester, Cheshire, SK73DP, United Kingdom
 University of MissouriGraham Hubler  Academic Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear I earned Ph.D in Nuclear Physics from the Rutgers-Bell Labs academic collaboration. After a Post-Doc at the Naval Research Laboratory was hired by NRL and served for 40 years, the last 20 as Head of the Materials and Sensors Branch. I have published 180 papers, five book chapters, edited three books and have 14 patents in the areas of ion implantation, ion beam analysis of materials, thin film deposition, chemical sensors and ballistic materials (search; Graham Hubler Research Gate). Basic research interests have included nano-structured optical films, ion-solid interactions, defects in insulators, corrosion, shock physics, ballistics and the anomalous heat effect (AHE). Applied research interests centered on ultra-sensitive accelerometers and gravimeters, chemical weapon and explosives sensors, low energy nuclear physics, body armor, and traumatic brain injury (TBI). From 2004-2012, I worked directly with the Marine Corps Systems Command on body armor, ballistics and helmet sensors. In 2012 I became Head of the Sidney Kimmel Institute for Nuclear Renaissance (SKINR) at the University of Missouri and 20 papers were published on the AHE work up through 2017. I presently collaborate with the University of Pennsylvania, NRL and the VA on basic research on the Havana Syndrome. I know that the AHE is a real effect having observed it in 3 different laboratories. I have developed and accumulated fundamental soiid-state physics knowledge of the AHE (see my talk at ICCF24) that is useful in a collaboration on the topic.
Website: Do not have website


Phone: 5716411471

Address: 6635 Prestwick Drive, Highland, MD, 20777, United States
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